CAIDA DE MOLLERA PDF

Has the baby been ill, especially with vomiting, diarrhea, or excessive sweating? Is the skin turgor poor? Latino folk treatment for caida de la mollera As caida de la mollera is thought to be mechanical in nature, most of the traditional treatments for this condition involve attempting to push the fontanelle back into place. Other folk healing methods may include: The healer places warm water in his or her mouth and then attempts to use mouth suction over the fontanelle to draw it back into place.

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Has the baby been ill, especially with vomiting, diarrhea, or excessive sweating? Is the skin turgor poor? Latino folk treatment for caida de la mollera As caida de la mollera is thought to be mechanical in nature, most of the traditional treatments for this condition involve attempting to push the fontanelle back into place.

Other folk healing methods may include: The healer places warm water in his or her mouth and then attempts to use mouth suction over the fontanelle to draw it back into place.

Holding the child upside down over a pan of water while a poultice, usually made with fresh soap shavings or raw egg, is applied to the fontanelle. Adding a raw egg to the fontanelle during any remedy process under the thought process that as the egg dries it will draw the fontanelle back into place.

Western medicine treatment for caida de la mollera Western medicine takes a different approach to a sunken fontanelle. According to Healthline, this condition is usually the result of dehydration, and can occur if an infant develops diarrhea or vomiting and then does not have proper fluid replacement.

Treatment may include hospitalization for intravenous fluid replacement, or parents may be advised to administer oral electrolyte solutions at home if the infant is still willing to nurse and is not too severely affected. If another condition is present causing the dehydration, treatment may include administration of medications until the underlying cause has been dealt with.

No manual manipulation is performed. How can parents prevent caida de la mollera? Prevention of the Latino folk illness caida de la mollera means understanding how to prevent dehydration in a young child. If there is a sunken fontanelle due to dehydration, this means the child is younger than 19 months, the point when both fontanelles in the skull should have hardened over. For children under 19 months of age, take the following precautions to prevent dehydration: Keep the child cool and out of the sun on hot days.

Allow the child as much formula or breast milk as desired to keep fluid intake up. Do not dilute milk or formula with water; children under 6 months of age should not have large amounts of water. Do not give juice to infants under 6 months of age. If you give juice to a child over 6 months of age, dilute it with water to increase fluid intake.

Do not give soda to any child under 19 months of age. For children over 6 months of age, fluids can be supplemented with an electrolyte source such as Pedialyte.

Be aware that vomiting and diarrhea can quickly cause dehydration; if your child is not taking in liquids and is sick, visit your doctor immediately. This article was first published in Saludify. Hope Gillette is an award winning author and novelist. She has been active in the veterinary industry for over 10 years, and her experience extends from exotic animal care to equine sports massage.

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